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Inglewood Park Cemetery

Inglewood Park Cemetery was founded in 1905 in Inglewood, California.[1] A number of notable people, including entertainment and sports personalities, have been interred or entombed here.

Notable interments/funerals

(Note: This is a partial list. See also Category:Burials at Inglewood Park Cemetery.)

Mausoleum of the Golden West at Inglewood Park Cemetery

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Mosher grave marker

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  • LaWanda Page (1920–2002), actress and comedienne
  • George H. Peck (1856–1940), real estate broker & developer
  • Billy Preston (1946–2006), singer and songwriter
  • George W. Prince (1854–1939), U.S. Congressman

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See also

References

References to burials or entombments at this cemetery can be found in the articles if not listed below.

  1. ^ "Inglewood Park Cemetery: Heritage". inglewoodparkcemetery.org. Retrieved 12 October 2010. 
  2. ^ Baha'i Encyclopedia Project
  3. ^ Benoit, Tod (2003-05-06). Where are they buried?: how did they die?. Black Dog Publishing. p. 423.  
  4. ^ "Etta James Honored at Inglewood Cemetery Memorial," KPCC, January 28, 2012
  5. ^ May 9, 1941, page 20Los Angeles Times,"Councilman Evan Lewis' Funeral Services Conducted," Library card required
  6. ^ January 29, 1922, page I–4Los Angeles Times,"Dr. Lindley Is Laid to Rest," Library card required.
  7. ^ Gamson, Joshua (2005). The Fabulous Sylvester: The Legend, the Music, the 70s in San Francisco. New York City: Henry Holt and Co. p. 272.  .

External links

  • Inglewood Park Cemetery
  • U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Inglewood Park Cemetery
  • Inglewood Park Cemetery at Find a Grave

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